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The Stedelijk Museum and the Second World War / edited by van Gregor Langfeld, Margriet Schavemaker, Margreeth Soeting ; authors Joël Cahen, Rudi Ekkart, Roel Hijink, Gregor Langfeld, Beatrix Ruf, Margriet Schavemaker, Penny Simmers, Margreeth Soeting, Claartje Wesselink ; copy editing by Hein Aalders, Marie-Claire van Bracht, Monique den Ouden.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: N9162.N4 A47 2015

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    "The primary task assigned to the researchers who carried out the investigation for the Stedelijk Museum was to identify works that might have a problematic provenance. Their in-depth research also shed new light on the Stedelijk Museum's activities before, during and after the war, however. These stories, mainly of tragedy but occasionally also of heroism, are told in the exhibition...and in this publication"--P.8.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Amsterdam : Uitgeverij Bas Lubberhuizen ; Amsterdam : Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, [2015]
    ©2015
    Locale
    Netherlands
    Amsterdam
    Other Authors/Editors
    Aalders, Hein, editor.
    Bracht, Marie-Claire van, editor.
    Ouden, Monique den, editor.
    Cahen, Joël (Joël J.), 1948- author.
    Ekkart, Rudolf E. O., author.
    Hijink, Roel, 1961- author.
    Langfeld, Gregor (Gregor Matthias), 1964- author, organizer.
    Ruf, Beatrix, author.
    Schavemaker, Margriet, author, organizer.
    Simmers, Penny, author.
    Soeting, Margreeth, author, organizer.
    Wesselink, Claartje, author.
    Amsterdam (Netherlands). Stedelijk Museum, host institution.
    Notes
    Published on the occasion of the exhibition The Stedelijk Museum and the Second World War held at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 27 February - 31 May 2015.
    Curator: Margriet Schavemaker; Co-curators: Gregor Langfeld, Margreeth Soeting
    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9789059374041
    9059374045 (English)
    Physical Description
    191 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), plan ; 23 cm

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